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GMC reviews the rights of children

So Lord Warner, who probably couldn't personally organise a whelk stall let alone a complex, high-demand general practice, and who is a member of Britain's most discreditable, spinning government ever, is lecturing GPs on how to organise their surgeries (News, September 10)?

Perhaps Lord Warner should contemplate the relative positions in the popularity table (and we know how much store the Government places on such tables) of GPs and politicians or ministers.

With GPs heading the popularity list and his ilk grovelling about at the bottom, one has to ask whose House really needs putting in order.

Dr David Roberts

Hitchin

Herts

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